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The Gazette Chronicle

March 15, 1905

Transcribed and Submitted by Christina Palmer

 

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   Georgia, Wilkes County. Will be sold on the first Tuesday in April 1905, between the legal hours of sale before the court hours door in said county, the following property to-wit:

 

    One gasoline engine, three presses, one lot of dyes, shop fixtures, tools, and pulleys, two hundred and fifty or three hundred sets of metallic breeching, all unfinished breeching, all breeching material, all steel strips except those belonging to the Crucible Steel Co. of America, one Iron sale, one stove.

 

    Levied upon the property of the Washington Metal Breeching  Co. under distress warrant issued by J.J. Crafton,  J.P. returnable to the City Court of Washington in favor of Thos. C. Hogue vs. The Metal Breeching Co.

 

J.W. Callaway

Sheriff of Wilkes County

March 7, 1905

 

 

Letters of Administration

GEORGIA-WILKES COUNTY.

    Georgia To all whom it may concern: T.M. Green having in prop*****,  supplied to me for merriment letters of administration on the estate of J.W. Latimer, late of said county, this is to cite all and singular the creditors and next to kin of J.W. Latimer to be and appear at my office  within the time allowed  by law and show cause if any they can why permanent administration  should not be granted  to T.M. Green in J.W. Latimer's estate. Witness my hand and official signature this 8th day of March 1904.

W.S. Lane, Ordinary

 

 

Letters of Dismission

 

GEORGIA-WILKES COUNTY

    Whereas  L.T. Irvin, Jr. Administrator in his petition duly find and entered on record that he has fully administered  Alex Simpson's estate. This is therefore to cite all persons concerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause if they can why said administrator should not be discharged from his administration and receive letters of dismission on the first Monday in April 1905.

W.S. Lane, Ordinary

 

Letters of Dismission

 

GEORGIA-WILKES COUNTY

    Whereas, Henry Porter, administrator of John Porter presents to the court in his petition duly find and enter on record, that  he has fully  administered John Porter's estate. This is, therefore cite all persons concerned kindred and creditors to show cause if any they can, why said administrator should not be discharged from his administration and receive letters of dismission on the first Monday on April 1905.

W.S. Lane, Ordinary

 

Leave to Sell

 

GEORGIA-WILKES COUNTY

    To all whom it may concern, Mrs. Nannie C. Wynne, administrator of S.P. Wynne, deceased, has in due form  applied to me for leave to sell the lands belonging to the estate of said deceased and said application will be heard on the first Monday in April 1905.

This March 6, 1905

W.S. Lane, Ordinary

 

 

 
 

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